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The deadline to apply for a TA position for Spring 2015 is Friday, November 28, 2014. The Biology Department will notify you once a decision has been made as to which course you were chosen to TA for. TA's in the Biology Department typically work 5 hours/week at a rate of $8/hr.
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Spring 2015 TA Request
Choose the course(s) for which you would like to serve as a teaching assistant. You are welcome to list more than one course by holding down CTRL and clicking on them. All lab courses (including 300-levels) are open to TAs.
BIOL 102 The Organism
BIOL 133 Biology of Exercise and Nutrition
BIOL 204 Animal Behavior
BIOL 205 Physiology
BIOL 305 Evolution
BIOL 306 Cellular Regulatory Mechanisms
BIOL 308 Integrative Plant Biology
BIOL 322 Biochemistry II
List the BIOL, CHEM or relevant PSYC course(s) taken to date. Courses taken at another institution should be included. NOTE: List ONLY the course ID, ex. BIOL 101.
If you have a preference as to which course you TA for, please indicate here.
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